What does the programme lead to?
Electronics and computer engineers are, for example, qualified to develop mobile phones, robots and surveillance systems.
Graduates will have competencies in fields characterised by rapid technological change – and have great impact on the development of society. You are qualified for work in the private as well as in the public sector.
Generally speaking, electronics engineers work with development, project engineering, counsultancy, sales and management.
You could work in, for example:
- Medical equipment
- Computers and data network
- Telecommunication: mobile phones, TV, radio, etc.
- Energy technology (wind turbines, solar cells, batteries)
- Electrical devices and appliances: From measurement equipment to power plants
- Robots and drones
- Software development
- Control and automation of production processes
- Industrial electronics.
What makes a graduate with an engineering degree in Electronics especially attractive to the labour market? Below is an overview of the competencies you will have once graduated: general engineering competencies as well as the special competencies you will acquire in Electronics.